On the surface, the most noticeable difference is the refreshed UI, which is cleaner and more colorful. Under the hood, users will appreciate the new iOS sharing options, which allow you to send content to your Trello boards without opening the Trello app. With this feature, you can view an image in the Photos apps and send it to Trello in just a few taps.
Lastly, users will find a Today widget that’ll display your important tasks in the Today tab of the notification center and support for Handoff so you can move your work from your iPad to your Mac without missing a beat.
The Trello app is available for free from the iOS App Store. It requires a Trello account, which also is available for free. For power users, Trello offers paid Gold and Business accounts with increased storage, business-grade administrative controls, security options and more.